Castle of the head of the Maclean clan, strategically perched on a rock and overlooking the Mull strait. The keep was built in around 1250 and was first attacked in the 17C. The current fortress is the result of restoration by the 26th chief of the clan. The exhibition on the clan is accompanied by another on the Scout movement. There is a fine view from the ramparts.
Address:PA64 6AP Isle of Mull
Price:6 £ (-15 years old 3 £)
castle open early May-mid Oct: 10.30am-5pm; Tearoom and shop open in Apr: daily except Fri-Sat 11am-4pm